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Saturday, February 16, 2019
Robin Hood Advance to FA Cup Semi-Finals

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Robin Hood 4 PHC Zebras 0

Robin Hood advanced to the Semi-Finals of the FA Challenge Cup following this convincing 4 – 0 win over the PHC Zebras at the BAA Field.

Former PHC Zebras player Antwan Russell would give Robin Hood the lead in the 16th minute, Temiko Goater would double the lead in the 39th minute as Robin Hood took a 2 – 0 lead to the break.

Robin Hood would go ahead 3 – 0 in the 64th minute when Colin Ryan would find the back of the net, Russell would add his second goal of the game when he found the back of the net in the 78th minute as Robin Hood would win 4 – 0.
Friday, February 15, 2019
Wells & QPR Out of FA Cup & Leverock & Sligo Draw

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Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates run in the Emirates FA Challenge Cup came to a harsh end at Loftus Road this evening as Premier League side Watford came out 1-0 winners in a well contested game.

Queens Park Rangers had the better of both halves but were undone by an Etienne Capoue strike on the stroke of half time.

Defeat denies Rangers the chance of competing in the Quarter-Finals for what would have been the first time in 24 years.

In the 40th minute, Steve McClaren’s side again went close to taking the lead. Luke Freeman won the ball in midfield and drove forward before playing a lovely weighted pass to the onrushing Wells. The striker struck his effort well but Heurelho Gomes produced a fine low save to claw it out and push it around the post.

Queens Park Rangers nearly equalized after an hour when Christian Kabasele carelessly passed it to Wells with the forward curling his shot agonizingly wide of the far post.

With 20 minutes left Steve McClaren opted to make his first sub by bringing on Tomer Hemed for the lively Wells.

DANTE LEVEROCK

Vinny Perth's first league game in charge of Dundalk proved to be a frustrating one as Liam Buckley's new-look Sligo Rovers that included Dante Leverock did enough to leave Oriel Park with a hard-earned point.

Sligo made the trip east with eight new faces in their squad. Six of them started with Bermudian Leverock at the heart of Buckley's defense but an ankle injury saw Ronan Murray, a winter capture from Dundalk, ruled out.

Last year's double winners started with intent and they had a great opportunity to pull ahead in the 11th minute when Ed McGinty clattered Robbie Benson in the penalty area. The challenge brought the midfielder's evening to a premature end but McGinty, who saved a Patrick Hoban penalty in the same fixture last October, got down to deny 2018's top scorer yet again.

Sligo took the lead in the 43rd minute when Jake Keaney's right-footed free-kick beat a three-man wall and squeezed inside Gary Rogers' near post to give Buckley's side a shock lead at the break.

The scorers were level just four minutes after the restart when John Mountney chested a Dane Massey cross ball down for Patrick Hoban and his lay-off fell invitingly for Sean Murray who made no mistake, rifling a sizzling effort into the bottom corner.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
BFA President & General Secretary Attend FIFA Summit

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Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade and General Secretary David Sabir have been invited to the Third Edition of the FIFA Executive Football summit set for Istanbul, Turkey.

The pair will have the opportunity to exchange notes with fellow dignitaries on strategic topics expected to shape football across the world.

The 2018/19 edition of the FIFA Executive Football Summits, which comprises a total of nine gatherings, began in Doha (Dec. 11th-13th), continued in Marrakech (Jan. 15th-17th), will be held in Istanbul and conclude in Rome (Feb. 24th-28th).

Following the meetings, FIFA President Gianni Infantino will hold a news conference on February 15th.

Infantino is set to serve a second term after being the only standing candidate in the election in June this year.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
St. David's - WE WILL NOT SHOW UP TONIGHT

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St. David’s have informed the Bermuda Football Association that they will NOT be showing up for the FA Challenge Cup match against the Southampton Rangers that was rescheduled for tonight at the National Sports Center.

St. David’s have made a formal complaint against the decision made by the Appeals Committee.

www.islandstats.com spoke with former club President Otis Minors who confirmed that St. David’s will not be showing.

Minors said, “We the club made the decision, because we felt it was not right and with the fact that we don’t have enough time before the match to appeal we have decided not to show up for the match at the National Sports Center tonight for the match.”

The Bermuda Football Association advises that further to the Appeal Committee decision regarding the appeal submitted by the Southampton Rangers against the decision of the BFA’s Competitions Committee reference their FA Cup match versus St. David’s on January 19th whereby the Appeal Committee ruled that:

• The fine of $150.00 imposed on Southampton Rangers shall remain;
• Southampton Rangers Coach and offending player must serve the one match suspension;
• The decision that Southampton Rangers must forfeit the match is overturned and that the match must be replayed.

As a result of the Appeal Committee decision, the Competitions Committee reschedule the match replay to take place on Wednesday, February 13th to ensure the outcome is determined prior to the next round of the FA Cup which is scheduled for this upcoming weekend. However, the Association wishes to advise that the decision by the Appeal Committee causes concern and therefore is exploring options to address this concern.

Additionally, St. David’s Cricket Club has informed the Association that they will not participate in any rescheduling of the match and are exploring options to address the Committee’s ruling.

As a result, the BFA’s Competitions Committee has postponed this match until further notice. In order not to jeopardize the FA Cup Competitions all remaining matches will proceed as schedule.

There will be no further comments on this matter at this time.

 
 
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Wells & QPR Fall To Injury Time Penalty

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Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates suffered an agonizing 2-1 defeat at Bristol City, with Matt Smith’s first-half opener for the visitors cancelled out by Niclas Eliasson’s effort after the break and a cruel injury-time penalty which was successfully converted by Famara Diedhiou.

It was the ultimate game of two halves, as Queens Park Rangers created the better of the chances before the interval, but the hosts were in the ascendancy in the second period.

It was so harsh on the R’s but they will now look to pick themselves up with a fifth-round cup tie against Watford at Loftus Road on Friday night.

 
 
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